Bed bugs warning: Two key stinky signs of bed bugs – what does an infestation smell like?

Bed bugs can leave painful bites on your skin, but you might not even know that you have an infestation because there are only a few signs to look out for. It’s really important to regularly check for bed bugs, seeing as just a small number of them can rapidly grow into a full-scale infestation.

Bed bugs are tiny parasitic insects that tend to live in bedding or around the bed frame.

Despite their name, they don’t necessarily just leave on the bed, and they can actually be found in all rooms of the house.

They usually hide away during the day, and then come out at night to feed.

They slowly crawl onto any exposed areas of skin, and then suck on blood for food.

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“Bed bugs are one of many bugs that give off odour,” it said. “However, you might disagree with others as to what they smell like.

“People compare the smell to all sorts of different things, like mothballs, rotten wood and damp, and even raspberries.

“The more severe the infestation, the stronger the smell will be. If you live with an infestation, you might get used to the smell.

“But, if you’re not used to it, and you go somewhere there are bed bugs, the smell will be immediately obvious.”

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